|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 6 x 1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||16-150|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Color||As the picture shown|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Stanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship. This LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY does not cover products that are improperly used, abused, altered or repaired. Deficient products will be replaced or repaired.|
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- Black polypropylene handle resists deformation. Includes: 16-153, 16-155, 16-157
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Heat tempered steel blades, lacquer-coated to prevent rust
- Blades uniformly hardened for full length use
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STANLEY WOOD CHISEL SET CONTAIN 3 Piece Wood Chisel Set Contains 1/2 (12MM), 3/4 (18MM) & 1 (25MM) Chisels Features Full Size Shock Absorbing Handles With A No Roll Feature Durable Precision Ground Cutting Edges Heat Tempered Steel Blades Lacquer Coated To Resist Rust Bolster Blade Washer To Distribute Load Added For Strength Overall Length Of Chisels Is 7-3/4 (199MM) Carded
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Carbon-steel blade for durability and strength. Black polypropylene handle resists deformation. Includes: 16-153, 16-155, 16-157.
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Even if they don’t last all that long (I am still determining their durability over the long term.), I am quite certain that I will get my money’s worth of use out of them overall.
I actually had a bit of an unusual application in mind when purchasing these chisels and that was also why a relatively low price point was important to me: I am currently using these for root removal in situations where the 0.5-inch water supply hose in my irrigation system has been sufficiently strangled by roots to cause significantly reduced water pressure downstream from the obstruction.
In combination with a hammer and careful, targeted application, these work fine for medium-size roots that are not too large, but cannot be successfully attacked with pruning shears due to their location.
If an outright bypass of the obstruction itself is required, then by all means forget about using these or any other chisels and instead judiciously apply a section of Toro Blue Stripe Hose and Toro Couplings (see my reviews) to successfully get around whatever happens to be in the way and restore water pressure.
These chisels work fine for my somewhat innovative application. However, I cannot comment on their utility and quality in normal woodworking activities since I do very little of the latter.
As we use then we hold the chisel vertical and either drag it towards or away from ones self. Good boat guys learn to push it away but I lack the acquired strength and drag it towards. This can be done with or without heat. If the varnish or Cetol is thick heat it with the cheap Harbor Freight Heat Shrink Gun until it bubbles a little and quickly drag the chisel and it comes right off easily. For after removal scraping I use Crown Scrapers and liked the curved surface scraper a lot. I also bought the Crown Burnisher (expensive, gulp) and use it for the Crown Scrapers and the 1" wide paint scraper I bought at Ace Hardware for $3.99. The burnisher rolls the edge of any soft metal scraper to form a burr which is where all the real work is done.